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7hSeth Wickersham

What's next for Kurt Busch and Patricia Driscoll

When Patricia Driscoll accused Kurt Busch of domestic violence, it made news. When Busch accused her of being an assassin, it went viral. But where does it go now?

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Kenseth to start on pole for Coca-Cola 600

Matt Kenseth ran a lap of 194.252 to win qualifying and earn his second pole of the season for Sunday night's Coca-Cola 600 at Charlotte Motor Speedway.

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47mBob Pockrass

Drivers evaluating safety after Hinchcliffe wreck

In the wake of James Hinchcliffe's major wreck, NASCAR drivers are wondering whether the series should reconsider its policy of not having its own safety team.

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Ganassi: Larson could someday start in Indy 500

Team owner Chip Ganassi said Friday that he spoke with Kyle Larson "just yesterday" about racing in the Indy 500, adding "We haven't said no to him. We haven't said yes either."

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3dBob Pockrass

Johnson team gets warning for side skirt issue

NASCAR will issue a warning but won't penalize the Hendrick Motorsports team of Jimmie Johnson for pulling out a side skirt body panel Saturday night during the Sprint All-Star Race.

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4hTony Fabrizio

Coca-Cola 600 nothing like Indy for Danica

Ten years ago, Danica Patrick captivated the world by nearly winning the Indy 500 as a rookie. Now, Memorial Day weekends are spent in the Coca-Cola 600, and she has yet to crack the top 25.

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2dBob Pockrass

Pockrass: Danica keeps it simple on Twitter

Danica Patrick, who has more followers on Twitter than any other NASCAR driver, says her social media strategy is to keep it simple and be authentic, Bob Pockrass writes

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What's next for Busch and Driscoll

Kurt Busch testified that he believed his ex-girlfriend Patty Driscoll made a living killing people with "knives, pistols or poison." Driscoll allegedly told close friends she was a "hit woman" whose job it was to date drug lords. She also grew Armed Forces Foundation from a volunteer group into a multimillion dollar operation. Driscoll's double life

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